Mission to Mars
Paul Webster chats with JAX about the latest developments on the platform and the next big goals for the community.
Throwing out sparks
Inside the ‘lightning fast’ new release from the Cassandra database experts.
Engine that can
CEO Gus Robertson gives JAX the full story on the reverse proxy server with serious ambitions.
Welcome to the jungle
The term “Internet Things” represents a colourful spectrum of technologies, including HTTP, CoAP, lightweight M2M and OMA-DM. Julien Vermillard helps us navigate.
ZeroTurnaround CEO Jevgeni Kabanov give JAXenter the full story on nifty new tool XRebel, the “always-on” interactive Java profiler.
JCP for you and me
Gil Tene explains why he’d like to see wider participation in putting together final Java builds, and why we‘re going to see some overuse of certain Java 8 features.
Like peanut butter and jelly
Dr. Philip Wenig on the power of community convergence, and why open source and science make the perfect pairing.
Charting a flexible course
Inside the database that carves out its own agile paradigm around application needs.
Iterating all the time
Martin Lippert talks about the latest Java release and the ups, downs, and aspirations of Eclipse IDE development.
WildFly project lead Jason Greene outlines the best reasons for switching to the server, what he likes about Java 8, and the road ahead for the server.
Be nice, you must
Time to douse those internal firewalls and open-source your internal projects - it’ll make things so much simpler.
AdaCore’s Jamie Ayre talks Ada development, embedded, and the perils of the Internet of Things.
Hendrik Ebbers on what‘s new with JavaFX. How does it rate next to Swing, and can we expect a desktop renaissance?
Why was this new feature so critical, and could static and default methods on interfaces be more important than the all-singing, all-dancing lambdas?